Detecting Airborne Influenza Virus A

Detecting Airborne Influenza Virus A (H3N2) in a Children’s Polyclinic in Greifswald, Germany, by collecting Virus Using the Water-soluble 12602 Sartorius Gelatin Membrane Filter.

Application Note

Although the impinger and impaction collectors based on the impaction principle have long ago proved their reliability for the collection of microbial aerosols, filters only recently began to receive increased attention with the development of the water-soluble gelation filter technique and the wide spectrum of applications offered by such filters only for collection of bacterial aerosols; however – after Goettingen-based Sartorius had started commercial-scale manufacture of such gelatin filters.

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